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AOL research is focused on operational concepts in which controllers and pilots use integrated air/ground procedures and automation tools to efficiently manage aircraft arriving at a hub airport.

Our currect areas of research include the following projects:
•  Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Project’s National Campaign Testing Series
•  ETM: Upper Class E Traffic Management
•  Federal UAS Service Supplier (FUSS)
•  High Density Vertiplex (HDV)
•  Pathfinding for Airspace with Autonomous Vehicles (PAAV)
•  Scalable Traffic Management for Emergency Response Operations (STEReO)
Past areas of research include:
•  Air Traffic Management Technology Demonstration 1 (ATD1)
•  Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2)
•  Crew Activity Tracking System (CATS)
•  CTAS-FMS Integration, 2002 (CFI'02)
•  Distributed Air Ground Traffic Management (DAG-TM)
•  Functional Allocation
•  Integrated Demand Management
•  Multi-Sector Planner
•  New York Operational Improvements
•  OASIS
•  SOAR
•  UTM
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Curator: Phil So
NASA Official: Joey Mercer
Last Updated: December 7, 2021